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Feb 7, 2013 3:00pm PST
it's uncommon. bulimia nervosa tends to develop between the ages of 15 and 25. erin chenoweth: in the beginning, i could care less what i looked like. 's all about what i thought of myself and i was never happy enough with myself. i don't think that physically i ever based this on, "oh, i have to weigh this much," or, "this size clothes has to fit." that wasn't important. it was just how i felt and i thought that the more i removed myself from my state of mind that the better i would feel and that along with that came everything else. eating disorders are complex illnesses. successful treatment programs blend a combination of therapies, medical care and monitoring, psychotherapy, and nutritional counseling. erin chenoweth: my friends used to tell me, "well, why don't you just stop?" it's not how it works. you get out of control, and your brain spins, and your body spins, and you have no way of putting your foot down. and the only way i would've been able to break the cycle is-- that's why i came here, because there's no way i could've done it on my own. well, the first thing that
Feb 19, 2013 3:00pm PST
do instead of being bored out there. >> erin williams has been involved in alemany farm for about 2 years. this is your land! >> this is my land. but it's everybody's land. and i just love the fact that we can have honey and beehives that we extract from. >> [indistinct] oh my gosh they're right behind us. >> they're right behind us. >> what is this we're looking at? >> so, these are boxes of the honey that we keep. and they actually have a layer of, kind of like-- >> like a tray? >> like a tray that collects the honey on top of the tray. >> growing and looking after so many crops takes an army of volunteers. and many of them have had little or no farming experience. but they often see once they get their hands in the soil, well, they're hooked. >> if you can't bring the people to the land, well, you gotta bring the land to the people. and that's what we're doing here. we've got this beautiful property. and we're taking advantage of it. >> jason marks, who graduated from a farming program at u.c.- santa cruz, has been one of the farm managers for several years. he says this project
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